Back at the Fabellini party, Dina tells Teresa that the whole style of her book was lighthearted and fun, so she didn't think it was offensive. But Caroline was of course offended, and said that she didn't want to be Teresa's friend anymore. Dina just laughs and says that the last time someone told her they didn't want to be her friend, she was in fourth grade. Since, in Dina's opinion, Teresa didn't do anything to really hurt Caroline, this whole thing is kind of silly. Teresa is a big fan of Dina's opinions. Dina asks if it will change her life if Caroline isn't in it. Teresa says it will not, and Dina basically tells her to just move on and let it go. She has her kids and her health, and everything else is BS. Dina adds that holding on to anger makes you ugly, so Teresa should let it go and stay pretty. The two vow to grow old together and have their boobs redone until they kick it. Dina ends the conversation by telling Teresa that if she ever writes anything bad about her, she'll fuck her up. I think that's appropriate!
Next time: Oh God, the Posche fashion show featuring that cretin Kim D. And we all learn the least surprising news ever, which is that Melissa maybe used to be a stripper. Please, someone kill me before I have to watch this.
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